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In photos: Sanders supporters at the 'Bernie Barn' in Miami

Trailing in the delegate count, Bernie Sanders needs a big win Tuesday when four states are up for grabs in the Democratic presidential primaries. Univision visited the home of a local Sanders campaign activist to talk with volunteers who remain hopeful about the outcime. "We still have a shot and we must make the most of it," says A.J. Nichols.
16 Mar 2020 – 02:16 PM EDT
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Allan Nichols, or ‘A.J.’ as he’s known, a dedicated and enthusiastic Sanders activist or ‘Victory Captain,’ welcomed Univision into his Miami Shores home to meet volunteers and watch him train some of them over the last couple of weeks. Crédito: David Adams
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The ‘Bernie Barn,’ in Miami Shores is the home of Sanders campaign activist, AJ Nichols, where he also trains campaign volunteers. The garden outside has several yard signs declaring ‘Bernie 2020’ and ‘Unidos con Bernie,’ as well as a photo of the Vermont senator’s face. Crédito: David Adams
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“Bernie is the first candidate who inspired me,” said Juan Diaz, a 37-year-old insurance claims investigator who showed up last weekend at the home of a Sanders campaign activist to volunteer for canvassing duties, knocking on doors in his north Miami district. Crédito: David Adams
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Sanders campaign volunteers gather at the 'Bernie Barn' in Miami Shores for a Super Tuesday 'watch party,' March 3, 2020. Crédito: David Adams
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At the results came in on Super Tuesday and it became apparent that the results were not going their way, the mood grew less cheerful at the ‘Bernie Barn.’ Crédito: David Adams
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Sanders campaign 'captain', A. J. Nichols, shows another volunteer, Francisco Carillo, 52, how to operate the canvassing phone app, MiniVAN 8. Crédito: David Adams
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Sanders campaign 'captain' A. J. Nichols (right) in his Miami Shores home with volunteer Francisco Carillo, 52, a sales rep and economics teacher from Mexico City. March 7, 2020. Crédito: David Adams
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Sanders campaign 'captain' AJ Nicols enters volunteer details into the MiniVAN 8 canvassing app at his home in north Miami, dubbed the 'Bernie Barn.' Crédito: David Adams
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A new Sanders volunteer, Colombian-born Ciera Duque, 32, shows up at the 'Bernie Barn' to get training from campaign activist AJ Nichols, March 7, 2020. Crédito: David Adams
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A new Sanders volunteers, Colombian-born Ciera Duque, 32, shows up at the 'Bernie Barn' to get training to go canvassing door-to-door, March 7, 2020. Crédito: David Adams
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